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Flood-affected cattle breeders of the Amur region will be paid 35 million rubles

Flood-affected cattle breeders of the Amur region will be paid 35 million rubles
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In the Amur Region, cattle breeders affected by the flood will be paid 35 million rubles for animal feed. By order of the head of the region Vasily Orlov, funds from the reserve fund will be distributed over seven affected areas.

According to the press service of the regional government, there are 4,4 thousand cattle, 6,7 thousand birds, more than 300 pigs, 235 horses, as well as several hundred sheep, goats and rabbits in the flooded settlements. The largest subsidy - 12,6 million - will be directed to the Shimanovsky district. For cattle, a payment of 7 rubles per unit is due, 107 rubles will be paid for one pig, 4 thousand rubles for a horse, 140 rubles for a sheep or goat, 5,8 rubles for one bird and 1 rubles for for the rabbit.

The payment is due to agricultural enterprises and residents of flooded areas that contain animals, but have lost their crops due to the flood. At the same time, citizens claiming payments must live in a house, on the land plot with which there is a flooded vegetable garden.

The total preliminary damage to the economy of the Amur region from the flood is 6,3 billion... The Government of the Amur Region continues payments to victims: 30 thousand rubles for a flooded household, ten thousand rubles for each child who lived in a flooded house. Federal payments - a lump sum payment of ten thousand rubles, 100 thousand rubles for the complete loss of property for each family member and 50 thousand rubles for a partial loss.

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